Bobby Brown's Wife in The Hospital After Suffering Seizure in Hotel Room

Bobby Brown's Wife in The Hospital After Suffering Seizure in Hotel Room

Kissimmee : FL : USA | Sep 03, 2012 at 4:11 AM PDT
Source: Showbizspy
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Brown s wife has been hospitalized after suffering a seizure Saturday. Alicia Etheredge-Brown checked into an Orlando hospital after the incident occurred in the couple's hotel room in Kissimmee, Fla. The report that my wife was rushed to the hospital is true, Brown tweeted Saturday afternoon. FULL ARTICLE AT Showbizspy
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